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Past articles by Austin:

Biden admin. tackles credit card late fees in latest competition push

A proposal from the nation's consumer watchdog would set late fees at $8 for any missed payment, which could save Americans up to $9 billion per year. → Read More

Biden announces American tanks for Ukraine, a symbol of long-term support

The U.S. will send 31 M1 Abrams tanks in a reversal, but they will take months to arrive on the battlefield. → Read More

Jill Biden greets troops in Romania, will meet Ukrainian refugees while in Europe

First lady Jill Biden is using her second solo overseas trip to get an up-close look at the Ukrainian refugee crisis. → Read More

Biden highlights his economic headway, with deficit set to fall by $1.5T

The deficit has decreased during both fiscal years under President Biden. → Read More

U.S. to let Americans, organizations directly sponsor Ukrainian refugees starting Monday

The program will account for a major piece of the president's promise to welcome 100,000 Ukrainians. → Read More

White House hosts first Easter Egg Roll in 2 years

Despite the rain, the White House hosted the first Easter Egg Roll in two years after a hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

'It didn't hurt a bit': Biden gets 2nd COVID-19 booster shot, urges others to get boosted

The move comes one day after the FDA and CDC authorized a second COVID-19 booster shot for adults 50 and older. → Read More

Live Updates: Russia-Ukraine crisis

Follow along for the latest updates from the Spectrum News team. → Read More

As the U.S. tracks omicron, top health officials' message is clear: 'Get boosted'

About 43 million people have gotten a booster shot, while 100 million are eligible, officials say. → Read More

Harris announces $1.5B investment toward improving health care equity

Only 7% of U.S. physicians are Black or Hispanic/Latino. → Read More